"It seems that time is like a fire and we are being burned in it."
A short hike for a sunrise full of colours. "We don't need good weather to have a good day. Our own thinking makes it either good or bad. The weather is just as it is."
The other day in the wetlands. 🙂 We enjoy walking trough nature because nature doesn't judge and because it has no opinion on us. It accepts us for who and what we are. We just can be ourselves without wearing a mask. There are around 30 different species of Goannas of which 25 are found in … Continue reading A Goanna in the Wetlands
Humans have killed between 150 and 250 million members of their own species in the last century and our life is again in danger by just another war but this time it could be our last because it could be our first nuclear one. We all know how this could end... The cards for humans … Continue reading Symbol of horror & futility of war
It's easy to accept the present moment and to be one hundred percent in the here and now when everything goes well but when life is challenging us we can get unconscious in the blink of an eye and all the wisdom inside of us disappears. If we don't watch our mind and thoughts in challenging moments … Continue reading Acceptance of what is
Few years ago I've been on a road trip in Western Australia and in Shark Bay you can see the oldest and largest living fossils in the world. The Stromatolites at Shark Bay. "The planet is, was, and always will be stronger than us. We can't destroy it; if we overstep the mark, the planet … Continue reading Stromatolites at Shark Bay
When was the last time you got lost in nature to find yourself? 🙂 Excerpted from: STILLNESS SPEAKS, by Eckhart Tolle We depend on nature not only for our physical survival. We also need nature to show us the way home, the way out of the prison of our own minds. We got lost in … Continue reading Stillness speaks